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imaginima/iStock(DALLAS) — The search continued on Saturday for a Dallas man who removed his ankle monitor and disappeared after the third day of his own murder trial for fatally shooting another man in a Dallas strip club parking lot, authorities said.Rene Adrian Carrillo attended the first three days of his murder trial last week, before cutting off his electronic ankle monitor and skipping out on court Thursday, a spokesperson for the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office said in a press release on Friday.The trial continued in his absence and he was convicted this week and sentenced in absentia.“A guilty verdict and a 99-year prison sentence was handed down to a 25-year-old man who was a no show on day four of his murder trial,” according to the press release. “The United States Marshals Service immediately issued a warrant and released a wanted poster for Carillo. They have been on the hunt for him ever since.”On Oct. 11, 2017, Dallas authorities charged Carrillo with the murder of Jean Carlo Casiano-Torres, after the victim argued with Carrillo’s friend inside XTC Cabaret Dallas. The argument spilled over into the parking lot of the club, prosecutors said.While on trial, Carrillo was out on bond and fitted with the electric monitor, authorities said.“We got him on a ankle monitor, life was good, until it was time to go to court, ” U.S. Marshall B.K Nelson, who is looking for Carrillo, told ABC News on Saturday.“Court started Monday,” Nelson said. “He showed up every day. I testified, homicide detectives testified. On Wednesday, he went home, thought about it, called some people, asked what he was going to get — didn’t like what he heard.”Nelson said the company that monitored the ankle bracelet got a notification at 11:02 p.m. on Wednesday that someone was tampering with it. By 1 a.m. the monitor was deactivated completely.On Thursday morning, Nelson said — when Carrillo did not show up at court — the trial judge called him and said, “Hey BK, he’s running, I need you to find him.”When asked why authorities did not respond immediately when the alert when off indicating the device was being tampered with, Nelson said he did not know but said that there are many reasons an alert may go off improperly, or why a device would appear to be deactivated.Carrillo’s lawyer did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment. His voicemail box was full on Saturday and unable to accept new messages.If and when Carrillo is apprehended, he faces additional charges for fleeing and bail jumping, beyond his 99-year sentence for the murder, prosecutors said.“Although Carrillo decided to go on the run, it was important that he was held accountable,” Dallas Assistant District Attorney Summer Elmazi said.“The jury did that today with their verdict.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhoto by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(BOSTON) — All-Star guard Kemba Walker is expected to be in Boston on Sunday to finalize a four-year contract with the Boston Celtics.Sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that Walker’s deal will be worth $141 million. The 29-year-old Walker is the top priority for Boston in free agency. He would replace Kyrie Irving, who is widely expected to sign elsewhere in his own free agency.Free agents can first reach agreements with teams on July 1 at 6pm. Contracts can’t be officially signed until July 6.Walker scored more than 25 points per game with the Charlotte Hornets this season, his best as a pro. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. June 29, 2019 /Sports News – National Kemba Walker to finalize contract with Boston Celtics on Sunday Written by Beau Lund
Shining Part targets indigenous group During two separate rescue operations carried out in the Junín region of the San Martín de Pangoa province in late July, Troops and police officers raided camps where the Shining Path held women and children they had kidnapped from the towns of Puerto Ocopa, Shima, and Santaro. Some of the women had been raped since they were as young as 12, with those impregnated having babies who grew up in the terrorist camp, Defense Vice Minister Iván Vega Loncharich said. “Some young men as young as 12 and 13 years old have been kidnapped by Comrade José to join the ranks of the Shining Path,” said Peru’s Counter-Terrorism Directorate head General José Baella, referring to the alias used by a Shining Path operative. “This criminal will be indicted by the authorities for human trafficking.” Security forces battle the Shining Path The organization launched an armed insurgency in Peru in 1980, attacking government forces and civilians with the goal of replacing the country’s democracy. In 1992, the government scored an important victory against it when National Police captured the Shining Path’s leader, Abimael Guzmán Reynoso. Since that capture, the Armed Forces and the National Police have continued to subdue the terrorist group, arresting or killing leaders and dismantling Shining Path groups in different parts of the country. “One woman told us she has been captive for 30 years,” Gen. Baella said. With the rescue of the 54 people, security forces have freed 70 people from Shining Path camps since January 1. By Dialogo September 08, 2015 Most of the victims rescued by the Armed Forces and the National Police in late July are members of the Asháninka indigenous group. Peru’s Armed Forces and National Police agents have rescued 54 people, including 34 children, from “production camps” controlled by the Shining Path terrorist group in the Apurimac, Ene, and Mantaro Rivers Valley (VRAEM) region. During the South American Defense Conference held in Asunción, Paraguay from August 18-21, Admiral Jorge Moscoso Flores, Chief of the Joint Staff of the Peruvian Armed Forces, told Diálogo that “Shining Path is not a threat to the Peruvian state, because its remains are significantly reduced. They are a criminal gang that utilizes their ideology to relate to the community. They oppress them and exploit them for their own benefit … we [the Military] have to be smart in moving forward to suffocate them, to further diminish them so the population continues to reject them.” The organization kidnaps many of its victims in the VRAEM because that’s where it operates much of its drug enterprise; in fact, the area contains the largest illegal coca crops and laboratories for the production of coca base and cocaine hydrochloride in the world, according to the United Nations (UN). There, the Shining Path and other drug-trafficking organizations produce more than 200 tons of cocaine annually. Though the Shining Path has a fraction of the strength it once had, security forces are remaining vigilant. As a consequence of successful operations by the Army and other security forces, the Shining Path has been greatly weakened. “The Shining Path is forcing people in the area to perform work not specific to these communities. These people living in the forest are engaged in agriculture. [The Shining Path] forces them [indigenous captives] to develop planting activities and transfer illegal products, which violate human rights and freedom of choice…[Its] main objective is drug trafficking; its ideology is only symbolism without any meaning or significance. We are simply facing illegal and illicit drug supplies and foreign trade activities.” The Shining Path forcibly recruits those from native communities to support the terrorist group’s criminal enterprises — such as cultivating and processing illegal coca crops and transporting cocaine — explained Jaime Raúl Castro Contreras, a researcher and security analyst at the University of San Martín de Porres in Lima. “The Army will continue to fight Shining Path with all its means,” Castro Contreras stated. “The Army will also seek to change its strategy according to its own circumstances. They understand that they can’t act with rigid strategies. It is not the same to move in the urban area than in the middle of the jungle, rivers, and mountains where the environment is hostile.” Though the oldest of the 34 rescued children is 14, victims of all ages were forced to work on Shining Path farms and prepare food for the terrorists. Some were indoctrinated into the group’s ideology, and others were forced to become operatives; some victims had been held for decades.
Brands are not just brochures and logos. They are feelings. They connect with consumers on an emotional level. Those emotions are very much tied to and often triggered by our senses – sight, smell, sound, taste and touch.Think about one of your favorite memories. Is there a certain scent or sound you associate with it? Does that memory pop up when you taste a certain food or see something special like a painting? Those are the same kind of sensory experiences you want consumers to have when they experience your brand.That’s not always easy in financial services, because we are not selling tangible goods. But there are other ways to tap into those senses. Umpqua Bank allows some of its business partners to display their goods in its branches. In San Francisco, one of its partners puts out chocolates. A credit union in the southern part of the country pays someone to spend 20 hours a week baking at one of its branches so consumers smell baked goods when they conduct their financial business.Our sense of smell is actually the most sensitive of the five senses, which means scent can have a powerful effect on consumer behavior. The human nose can distinguish more than 10,000 different odors, and studies have shown that 75% of emotions are triggered by smell. Scent is such a big deal in business that companies pay a lot of money for scent marketing. They brand their own scent. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Van den Doel has been PMT’s main adviser regarding the various proposals tabled for a new pensions system. Inge van den Doel has been appointed as director of PMT, the €67bn pension fund for the Netherlands’ metalworking and mechanical engineering industries.As of 1 October, she is to succeed Guus Wouters, who will retire at the end of the year. The former Syntrus Achmea executive joined PMT as a director in 2010.Van den Doel has been chief investment officer at PMT since April 2012.Hartwig Liersch will take over as CIO. He has been PMT’s risk manager since 2010, when risk management became an independent task within the scheme’s organisation. Inge van den Doel, PMT“She is the person par excellence to further shape the innovation process,” said PMT in a statement.The scheme added that Van den Doel and Liersch were the architects of the pension fund’s current investment framework.Van den Doel was a director of the VBA, a representative body for Dutch investment industry professionals, between 2009 and 2012.Prior to this, she worked at supervisor De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) where she was head of asset management, financial stability and supervision of conglomerates.Before he joined PMT, Liersch worked on balance management at ING Bank.
Facebook2Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington State Department of TransportationWhile making plans for the big holiday feast, be sure to add travel prep to the Thanksgiving to-do list. The Washington State Department of Transportation urges all travelers to “know before you go” and plan head for smoother travel during the busy holiday weekend.The agency also provides several tools to help plan holiday travels:Consult WSDOT’s travel times charts, which use historical information to help drivers know before they go.Check out online tools, including mobile apps, traffic cameras and email alerts.Visit WSDOT’s online traveler information about traffic, weather and ferry schedules.Follow WSDOT’s social media accounts, such as Twitter and Facebook.Pre-program 530 AM and 1610 AM to vehicle radios for highway advisory radio alerts.Carry chains and other winter driving essentials.Check current chain and traction requirements on the WSDOT passes website or by calling 5-1-1, and watch for highway advisory signs.Leave extra time for holiday and winter travel, slow down and leave extra space between vehicles when driving on snow or ice.Apple Cup travelThose traveling to the Friday, Nov. 23, Apple Cup football game in Pullman should prepare for possible winter weather on passes and allow extra travel time. A detour on State Route 26 near Othello – the main route to Pullman from the west side of the state – will continue for the holiday weekend to allow concrete to cure. The detour adds 15 minutes to the normal drive, but travelers should prepare for delays during heavy holiday or game-day traffic. Westbound traffic on I-90 at Snoqualmie Pass both Saturday, Nov. 24, and Sunday, Nov. 25, is likely to be heavier than normal with both game and holiday travelers, so please allow extra time or alter travel plans if possible.Mountain passesSR 123 Cayuse Pass and SR 410 Chinook Pass remain open as of Nov. 15, but check the winter closure webpage for updates before traveling because conditions could cause the passes to close before the holiday.SR 20 North Cascades Highway also remains open as of Nov. 15 and details about the road status and winter closure also are available online.On Interstate 90 Snoqualmie Pass travelers can receive text alerts for pass delays of 30 minutes or longer – text “wsdot snoqualmie” to 468311 to subscribe, and “wsdot stop” to unsubscribe.TollsIn the Puget Sound area, the SR 520 bridge will have weekend toll rates on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22, returning to weekday rates on Friday, Nov. 23. On the I-405 express toll lanes, travel is free for all on the Thanksgiving holiday, returning to normal toll and HOV requirements from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday. Weekends are always free to travel in the express toll lanes. Out-of-town travelers, including those using rental cars, can learn about toll roads and short term account options on the Good to Go! visitors page.Other travel alternativesTravelers planning a trip by ferry, train, personal aircraft or bus also should make plans to avoid holiday delays:Please plan ahead for heavy holiday ferry traffic and consider purchasing tickets online to save time. The longest lines are expected westbound Wednesday afternoon and evening, Nov. 21, and eastbound Friday morning, Nov. 23. Reservations are recommended on the Anacortes/San Juan Islands/Sidney, British Columbia and Port Townsend/Coupeville routes. Some ferry routes run on Saturday schedules on the holiday; check ferry schedules online or call 888-808-7977 for details.Amtrak Cascades passengers are encouraged to purchase tickets early and should plan to arrive at the station one hour before departure. There are no extra Thanksgiving trains this year. All Amtrak Cascades trains require reservations and trains fill up quickly during holidays. Visit amtrakcascades.com/ or call 800–USA–RAIL for details.Information about traveling via state-operated airports is available on line or call 800-552-0666.Check with local public transit agencies for any holiday schedule or service changes, including some Dial-A-Ride and fixed-route service that may not run on holidays.
By Christina Johnson HOLMDEL – During a meeting of the governing body Tuesday, Mayor Thomas Critelli read aloud a statement denying allegations he has a conflict of interest concerning a property formerly owned by his development company. That property is currently included in the township’s plan to satisfy its affordable housing obligation.In Dec. 2015, court records show that Danitom Development, Inc., a company co-owned by Critelli and associate Mike Guerra, signed a purchase agreement for a Holmdel property located on North Beers Street near Bayshore Medical Center.That purchase agreement – not be confused with a binding bill of sale – allowed Critelli the flexibility to assign all of the rights, duties, benefits and obligations of the property under that contract to another company in Dec. 2016.That company is Hackensack Investment LLC, an organization owned by his associate, Guerra, says Lea Shave, a resident who is running for Township Committee as an independent.“You bought the property in 2015, and sold it in 2016, that’s an entire year you had that property and were possibly involved in COAH discussions as a committee member,” Shave added, referring to affordable housing obligation planning. “I don’t see that as a rookie mistake. I see that as someone who was possibly taking advantage of development. I think this is a symptom of a lack of transparency and entitlement adopted by our Township Committee.”Shave initiated these allegations against Critelli last week, when she posted photos of public court documents on her Facebook page ElectLeaShave.At the public meeting, Critelli refuted the claim, stating that after Danitom entered the purchase agreement, “I realized as a member of the Township Committee it was better for me to not own investment property in Holmdel to avoid any potential conflict of interest.”By completing the divestiture in 2016, Critelli said he eliminated himself from having any potential conflict of interest in the property and “extinguished any conflict that could have arisen from having an interest in the property moving forward.”In 2017 the Township Committee took two actions relating to COAH, including a vote on a proposed affordable housing settlement agreement and zoning pertaining to affordable housing.Critelli noted that he did not take part in any of those votes and said, “Had I been at the voting meetings I would have placed a recusal on the record out of abundance of caution.”Resident Barbara Singer, a Democrat who is running for Township Committee, said she has no problem with members of the Township Committee conducting business in town or investing in property, “but there is a right way and wrong way to conduct that business.”“There are numerous statements on file about the political gains going on in Holmdel that have not only delayed the finalization of an affordable housing agreement, but have interfered in the ongoing business of others who have tried to seek investments in Holmdel,” Singer added. “I appreciate that you recused yourself from votes regarding COAH, but there have been discussions going on for years that you have been a party to while you were indeed the person on that purchase contract.”Critelli said the only reason an issue has been raised is because in 2017, after the Township Committee approved an affordable housing settlement and that agreement proceeded to litigation, another developer interested in COAH-related properties in Holmdel voiced concerns about the mayor’s past involvement with the North Beers Street parcel.“At the time it went to court a developer raised a concern in a public court filing, which was recently publicized by one of my political opponents. This is not news,” Critelli said.Critelli said that in response to the developer’s concerns he filed a sworn statement under penalty of perjury explaining his 2016 divestiture and certified that neither himself, his immediate family, nor any business he is associated with had any financial interest or stake in the property.Township Administrator Donna M. Vieiro said an update on the status of Holmdel’s COAH litigation is expected to be made public during an upcoming meeting of the governing body in October or November.This article was first published in the Oct. 11-18, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.
MAN CITY (4-2-3-1)HART,SAGNA, DEMICHELIS, OTAMENDI, KOLAROV,FERNANDINHO,FERNANDO,DE BRUYNE, SILVA, STERLING,BONYSWANSEA (4-2-3-1)GOMIS,ROUTLEDGE, SIGURDSSON, AYEW,BRITTON, KI,TAYLOR, BARTLEY, WILLIAMS, NAUGHTON,FABIANSKIOn Tuesday, Manchester City beat Borussia Moenchengladbach 4-2, thanks to three goals in the final 11 minutes, enabling them to finish top of their Champions League group.City, though, were knocked off the top of the Barclays Premier League last weekend when they were beaten 2-0 by Stoke City, enabling Leicester City to take the leadership.Interestingly, City have failed to come back and win after being two goals or more behind in their last 59 attempts in the Premier League.That loss at Stoke means that City have won only once in their last four league games, dropping eight points from a possible 12.City have won six of their eight home games and scored 23 goals – the most in the Premier League.Swansea arrive on the back of a poor run, having taken just one point from their last five games and a possible 15. That sequence of four defeats from five league games has ended with the sacking of manager Garry Monk, with former boss Brendan Rodgers, recently sacked by Liverpool, being tipped with a shock return to the Liberty Stadium.
The TUI and ASTI will be picketing Department of Education and Skills’ Junior Cycle CPD venue in Donegal Town tomorrow morning (FRI) starting at 8.30am.Joanne IrwinThe picketing follows the Department of Education and Skills’ decision to organise Junior Cycle Framework CPD for teachers of English despite the current industrial relations dispute and the ASTI/ TUI directives to union members prohibiting attendance at CPD.The picketing by TUI Executive Committee and ASTI Standing Committee representatives aims to highlight the provocative decision by the Minister for Education and Skills and her Department to proceed with CPD at such a critical stage of this industrial relations dispute. TUI Vice-President Joanne Irwin from Donegal thanked members for their resolve in ensuring that the industrial action directives are observed.TUI and ASTI representatives will continue to picket Department of Education and Skills’ Junior Cycle CPD venues over the coming days.TEACHERS TO PICKET DONEGAL TOWN EDUCATION OFFICES TOMORROW was last modified: April 16th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ASTIDonegal TownpicketTUI
The South African National Editor’s Forum has released guidelines for journalists covering the country’s national elections, due to be held on 22 April.These give advice on important aspects of reporting such as knowing your rights under the Constitution and the Independent Electoral Commission Code, what to do in the event of harassment, safety in volatile areas and crime scene management. It also provides IEC media contact numbers.Download Guidelines for Journalists Covering the Election (PDF, 92 KB)Download Handbook on Legislation and Regulations for South Africa’s Local Government Elections (PDF, 712 KB)Useful linksIndependent Electoral CommissionElectoral Institute of Southern Africa South African National Editor’s Forum